• San Saba

San Saba

W - 75 Ft

This freighter was built 1879, powered by coal-fired steam. She was sunk on October 1918, while heading south from New York to Florida. The San Saba was carrying general cargo for the US Railroad administration when it struck a mine off the New Jersey coast. The mine was set by the German U-boat U-117.  The bow section is known as the Magnolia, where magnolia ingots are occasionally uncovered by sifting sands.  This is an excellent digging wreck and numerous bottles, spoons, dishes, bullets, screws and assorted oddities are recovered. 

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